In this week’s episode, it’s just you and me, as I want to share why The Lean Startup by Eric Ries is a MUST READ for Health Entrepreneurs!
Eric is one of the instructors at ThePowerMBA, a phenomenal programme I joined to gain the business knowledge and tools I need to help more Entrepreneurs create startups and scaleups in the health & healthcare space.
If you’d like to learn why YouTube, Netflix, Tesla, Cirque du Soleil, CarLotz, Airbnb, BrewDog, Whole Foods and other giants have joined ThePowerMBA, check out this link: www.entrepreneurs.doctor/resources. …
My guest today is Dr Kimya Tarr, family doctor with the NHS in the UK, digital health clinician at Babylon, and the best part, Kimya is also the singer /songwriter known as Lexis!
In this episode, Dr Tarr teaches:
My guest today is Amir Bozorgzadeh, Co-founder & CEO at Virtuleap. Virtuleap combines neuroscience and virtual reality to help increase attention levels, and address cognitive illnesses, disorders, and learning challenges. They have created a library of virtual reality (VR) games designed by neuroscientists in order to test and train a range of cognitive abilities and make that data accessible through our enterprise platform. Virtuleap works with leading institutions, like the VA Health Care System and the Pacific Brain Health Center, to validate their solution as an effective diagnostic and treatment for attention deficit and cognitive decline.
In this episode, Amir…
My guest today is Eugene Borukhovich, serial intra and entrepreneur, executive, venture builder, speaker & board advisor with a focus in digital health. Eugene is a Chairman and Founding Board Member at YourCoach Health and founder of Initium Impact Ventures. Prior to YourCoach, Eugene served as a Global Head of Digital Health at Bayer. He has also co-founded and sold a doctor rating startup and a consulting company. Eugene enjoys running, writing, traveling and spending time with his family.
In this episode, Eugene teaches:
Digital Health is extremely popular, with many entrepreneurs and startups entering this space. This is fantastic, given the opportunities, but when you peel the onion, the number of startups doing something valuable becomes a handful.
So how can you as an entrepreneur make sure your startup not only gets adopted and scales, but also adds value?
My guest today is Dr Mert Aral, Head of Clinical Strategy and R&D at Huma. By powering proactive, predictive health, Huma is transforming healthcare and research globally. Their digital ‘hospital at home’ and decentralized clinical trial platform use real-time health data from smartphones to…
My guest today is Alice Evans, founder and director of Evidence for Exercise. She is a qualified chiropractor, Pilates instructor, trainer, assessor, former high-level gymnast and coach. With over 20 years of clinical experience she has trained thousands of exercise professionals through her online courses.
Alice goes on to share her journey as a Health Entrepreneur, and what problem she would like to solve if she were to launch her next business or startup.
My guest today is Dr Ashish Mandavia, the Europe, Middle East & Africa Commercial Director at Quit Genius, the world’s first technology-enabled digital clinic for multiple addictions. He works predominantly with large public health organisations, insurers and multinational corporations to bring the Quit Genius programme to their organisations and help thousands of clients to overcome their addictions.
Ash has previously worked in medical education and healthcare start-ups following his medical training at the University of Bristol and foundation training in London. He also holds a BSc in Healthcare Management from Imperial College London.
In this week’s episode of The Entrepreneur’s…
With climate change & planetary health at front of mind, can this startup create a self-sufficient, carbon neutral luxury & wellness resort in Dubai?
My guest today is René Deceuninck, Master in Body Language, motivational speaker, coach and trainer. René is concerned about the pollution associated with tourism, hospitality, and catering. With the ecologically self-sufficient Back To Nature luxury & wellness resort, he strives to revolutionize the market by providing a carbon neutral village in Dubai.
At the age of 12, during a Swiss ski trip in Maloja, René started dreaming about building his own log home. The Back To…
Entrepreneurs (and Intrapreneurs alike) are the source of positive change. Without you, anything made or conceived by humans would have remained, at most, an idea.
Over the past few months, I’ve been running a 90-day challenge for Entrepreneurs new to the health sector. By going live on YouTube, as well as on my podcast (available on Spotify, Apple, & Google, or your preferred podcast player), I’ve been sharing my journey into the world of innovation and entrepreneurship due to my personal experience with health. …
What is the problem with the functional food industry?
Where are the opportunities for chef & food entrepreneurs?
My guest this week was Chef James Barry, whose 16 + years in the culinary field started as a private chef. His inauguration into restaurant-style cooking came later when he was the vegan/vegetarian chef on the Van’s Warped Tour, which traveled to 50 North American cities in 60 days.
Upon returning to Los Angeles, James continued to private chef and had the fortune of cooking for celebrities such as Tom Cruise, Mariska Hargitay, George Clooney, Gerard Butler, Sean “Puffy” Combs, Barbra Streisand…